Hello again all! I'm back with a few high points about cannabis use and its overall actions on our bodies in more ways than any type of pharmaceutical can perform. They're a flop!
Now that weed is slowly getting legalized throughout the country, people are starting to treat marijuana as a health aid. Truthfully, there's good reason for people treating cannabis as a great way to ease pain from workouts, reduce anxiety, and also just improve your overall quality of life.
Hello there again everyone! I am so glad that I've found a new outlet for my campaign to bring cannabis use into the light of the 21st Century! I've got 105 videos on YouTube right now! I said in another post that I'm not going to sit down & be quiet, while millions of people worldwide are suffering from severe, intense, chronic, acute, and intractable pain, and it's not all about pain. There's a long list of illnesses helped by pot. And it's about freedoms and rights, also. There's hundreds of disorders that requires cannabinoids to promote homeostasis in the human body. We eat vegetables every day. And cannabis is a safe group of hydrocarbons that are classed as a vegetable. I've mentioned that before. So, why all the hoopla surrounding cannabis use? We shouldn't have to beg our government to utilize a plant. That's like, say....
Growing up, I thought the same thing about "stoner moms" that most people seem to believe. They're lazy, unmotivated, and selfish. I thought that pretty much any parent that smoked marijuana was incapable and unfit. I didn't hate people who smoked. In fact, most of my friends were daily smokers, but I was always uneasy when they had children. Not that they ever smoked around them, I just felt uncomfortable, like it wasn't right.
Hey, how is it going? Did anyone smoke an L today? Is anyone high while reading this? You're going to want to be after this. Can you believe 158 million people have chosen to smoke weed daily instead of taking pills? You won't believe why.
So! Put good weed in, and get a great, healthy feeling out! Disrespect cannabis, and beware my wrath! Reach out and embrace cannabis and cannabinoids! They really do what I'm telling you... cannabinoids heal our bodies through the utilization of medical cannabis and hemp-based cannabidiol medicines. I'm waiting for my video #102 in my continuing series for the legalization, and education of the human endo-cannabinoid system; a simple system if you really look at it. But it does very complicated effects to our health care overall.
I have been an active marijuana user for the last 40 years consistently. I used it for recreational purposes back in the day but now I am a medical marijuana user and writer. I know of this plant's healing power and I've always wondered "What if it can cure race relations in this country also?" I know what you're thinking "Oh buddy here is burnt out" but just hear me out...What is one thing all lovers of the leaf have in common???....It's that no matter our race creed or color, we are all lovers of the leaf and that is what connects us all...
Cannabis, reefer, marijuana, and my personal favorite, jazz cabbage. All these nicknames for a flower that has been illegal since 1937 thanks to the marijuana tax act. Since then propaganda advocating cannabis to be both harmful and dangerous has been pushed by both government and religion, however newer studies have told us quite the opposite from these "trusted" institutions, so should we trust some lying suits in Washington D.C. some science article we read online? I say neither; trust yourself and don't let fear control your decision making. Being a frequent user, I would say it's not for everybody, but I do believe everyone should try it once to gain personal experience and understanding of this wondrous plant (in my opinion).
About four years ago, I was having a hard time trying to lose weight. The funny part of this story was the fact that I use to be a fitness coach for two years but due to stress from that workplace, I managed to gain 20 pounds. It is true that stress can either help you lose weight or gain it and with my luck, I gained. The stress came from my boss. She wasn’t a nice person and would make fun of our clients that were trying to lose weight. I took it upon myself to make our clients feel like they belong but I had to leave because that place was making my life harder and I didn’t want to continue to gain weight.